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mm Hazleton Ammon fanned 16 and aided his cwn cause with a double and two singles while pitching Hazleton Pumps past Beltrami Coal. 14-0 Carlyon had a homer and three singles for the winners, Gasper singled three times and Wassil and Palmer had two singles each. Bartol and Billman had a hit each for the losers, who had two bingles. J.N and D. Construction tumbled Unico yesterday, 10-4. Joseph led the winners with a double and two Singles, Shutovich had three singles, M. Manfredi tripled and dou bled and DiLiberto had a double, Esposito, Tarapchak, Sebia and Walton had a single each for Unico West Hazleton Today's Games Pulaski Club vs. Miners Bank Uchno Plumbing vs. Slusser Hauling Justofins Pharmacy outlasted Lions, 13-10, Tuesday in a walk-filled, extra-inning game that saw Pazdon pace the winners at the plate with a double and two singles. Smith had a key triple, Gei-sick doubled and Makara was the winning pitcher. Seliga and the Mehalicks were the best bets for the losers. Hazle Township Today's Game Merrick's vs. Mark's Farmers' Dairy survived a four-run rally by Hazle Brick in the sixth inning to hold on to an 8-5 victory yesteday. Gatski and Zar-emba tripled for the winners and Damiano and Michelin had a single apiece. Damiano was the winning pitcher, giving up only one hit, a single by Mark Kay. ' CS, 5... r miWitiftiWJiiirtitittiiil , Earl Beal Sr. celebrated his 60th birthday in style Tuesday night at Pocono Downs. He scored with trotter Brooke Heide. . Beal, retired Lewistown, Pa., car agencv owner who once owned the fastest sprint car in auto racing, polited the seven-year-old trotting mare to her third victory at the Plains oval. Brooke Heide turned the mile in 2:08.2 and paid $21.60. , Coupled with Olden Times, reined by Ken Ellerman. the pair formed a 4-6 quiniela worth $43.50. v A veteran of 10 years in harness racing. Beal was active for many years in auto racing circles and owned the hottest-running sprint car, The Beal Offy, in motordom in the early '50s. The great one-legged racing driver, Bill Schindler, was killed in the Beal Offy at Allentown Fairgrounds in 1952. . m- Inthe fourth race- Diogenes, owned by Dom and Don Totino, Wilkes-Barre, and skippered by Clarence Hand, got up at the wire to score in 2:08.2. Michael N. and Patrick A., a pair of foreign breads, finished second and third to complete a 6-4-2 Big Triple TONIGHT'S ENTRIES Beaver-Banks Today's Game Blue Comet vs. First Valley Stasko's Catering tumbled First Valley Bank, 6-3, and tied Staskov previously unbeaten in the second half race, for first place. Winning pitcher Gabe Flintosh fanned 13 and had a double and single, Rich Bezick homered and singled and Sando and Hornick also hit safely. Massage, Toth and Mikulca had a hit each for the losers. (All Races One Mile. Post 8 P-M.) P.O. flKST 5800. Trot 1 Symphony Ego, Bereznak 5-2 Determination. Wilson 3-1 i Ann Almahurst. Gaeliardl 4-1 5 Wide Track Ace, Danosky 9-2 ( fcnarp Pepe, Yanoti 5-1 Florican's Lady. Cresswell , 6-1 8 Sunset Star, : Martin 10-1 3 Buttonwood Silk, Pusey 10-1 sympnony Ego Has the speed Determination Has the credentials Ann Almahurst Talented Speedy Scot filly SECOXD-S800. Pc. 1 Susie O Tlnnnclrv 5-1 -Molly Jean, Wilson 7-2 a iime lor Scotch, Shafer 4-1 3 Smart Imn. Knrnn t-2 : i-mie Lin. CaDoello 5-1 4 Lady Marcal. Ellerman 6-1 6 Joan Stanton, Culhane 8-1 7 Redhedy Savford. Legpatt 10-1 jru momi, Kutn P. Adlos Susie Q. Has closing power Molly Jean Promising Knight Dream fillv Time for Scotch Third In three of lour starts THTRn $1,200. Tim 2 Rockinc Chair Rnv T.nJinp 5-1 5 Vixen Diamond, Adams 3-1 1 Wise Greek, DuMont 7-2 b ineodore Diamond, Gagllardl 4-1 7 Sevenleven, Cappello 5-1 4 White Cinderella, No Driver 8-1 3 Navitango, Wiest 8-1 KocKing Chair Boy On two-race win streak Vixen Diamond Speed to cope with ine oesi Wise Greek Overlook last FOTJRTH-4800. Pm 4 Idlewhile's Ray. Gagllardl 5-2 J Jennie Diamond. Huhhard 3-1 7 Tux Norris, Wiest 4-l 6 Celtic Star, Smith 4-1 1 Cups, Mongeon '5-1 5 Tonka Diamond, No Driver 6-1 l atonecate Victory. Nn Drivpr irn 8 MidniEht's Adora. Pusey 10-1 AE Beth Dean. Gwen Marie Tuck Idlewhile's Ray Just missed in last Jennie Diamond Consistently in the money Tux Norris Early speed a factor FIFTH $900. Trot i 8 Octan Rainbow, Mongeon 3-1 1 Infallible, Bay 3-1 6 Black Chips, DuMont i7-2 3 George Fran Talbot, Suydam 9-2 7 Special Gal, Palmier! 6-1 4 Smoky LInd, Taft ,6-1 5 Erie Hanover, Perez 8-1 2 Mr. Sack. Hand 10-1 Octan Rainbow Overdue Infallible Upset bound Black Chips Discount last The New York Islanders hockey team has negotiated an agreement with the Detroit Red Wings to take over the oper ation of the Fort Worth Wings in the Central Hockey League. ( GENERAL TIRE Champion Tune-UpSpecial mis WEEK' ONLY... ACTS AND LABOR Any 6-eyl. U.S. car (Reg. 125.95) Add $4for8-cyl. (Reg. $29.95) Add $2.00 for Air Conditioned Cars Restore lost power with an expert tune-up Champion spark plugs Distributor breaker points and condenser Set engine dwell and timing Balance carburetor and set choke Inspect emission control system 40,000 Mile Steel Radial General Calibrated DUAL-STEEL RADIAL with STEEL-BELTED PROTECTION Radial Tires for Import Cars General SPRINT-JET Responsive Radial Ply Construction Aggressive European I reau ueoiyn NOW Size 165 SR 13 Tubeless Blackwall 'lus $1.84 i-ed. Ex.y $2795 r.hama It at General Tlra US'"! general GENERAL TIRE SERVICE tea TIRE Mon. thru Friday 8 A.M. to 5 P.M Sat. 8 A,M. to 1 P.M. 23rd & Church Sfs. Phone 455-4968 Official Pa. State Inspection Station sooner or later.you'll own Generals TONIGHT'S ENTRIES SIXTH $800. Puce 7 Mr. Rodney Scott. Bier- 5-2 a Double Agent, No Driver 3-1 3 Miss Orchid Lady, Titter ' 7-2 6 Polaris King, Worlds 9-2 4 vick Greer, Craig 5-1 1 Mar Con Sugarmoney, Pratt 8-1 2 Miss Rose Wynnwood. Keith 10-1 8 Jerry Dot's Charlie, Backer 10-1 Ai-Atton Bonus, Scotch Snip Mr. Rodney Scott First, third in last two Double Agent Wire-to-wire winner in last Miss Orchid Lady Beaten a neck In last SEVENTH $800. Pace 4 Azzurro, Bereznak 5-2 l ihorpe's Chimes, Suydam 3-1 6 Foxey Armbro. No Driver 4-1 8 J.R.'s Cleverboy, Tieroey 9-2 7 Zip Zip. Soda 5-1 2 Scotch Tiree, No Driver 6-1 3 Jean Boxwood, Rinaldi 8-1 5 Silent James, Ellerman - 10-1 AE Joe's Ace, Petey Do Azzurro Early speed a factor Thorpe's Chimes Has the credentials Foxey Armbro Hard-hitting newcomer, EIGHTH $1,100. Pace 3 Avon Bill, No Driver 2-1 1 Solicitor Crain, Wilson - 5-2 2 Shackelford, nacrlinrrii 3-1 5 Becky's TaRger, Hanshaw 4-1 4 Canarben, Ingram 5-1 6 Fleur Elise, Sparaclno 8-1 Avon Bill Best speed in race' Solicitor Crain Early speed a factor Shackelford Just missed in last 4 tries NINTH $800. Pur 5 Ryangold, Delli Santi 5-2 6 Cavalier Hanover, Cresswell 3-1 4 Afton Apache, No Driver 7-2 1 Prince of Chance. Backer 5-1 3 Conestoea Flv Flv. Freck 6-1 7 Jeremiah Mahonev. Bier 6-1 2 J.M. Judy, Hundlev 8-1 8 Kammy's Knight, Ellerman 10-1 Aii sun velvet, Peter O Brlen Ryangold Improving Cavalier Hanover Upset winner in last Afton Apache Has the credentials TENTH $800. Pace 3 Sunbury Rose. Wiest 7-2 7 Asreeable, Bowling 3-1 2 Afton Elaine, Ellerman 1 4-1 1 Won Time. Liscavage 4-1 8 Matt B.. Backer 5-1 4 P.A. Affluent. Battoni 6-1 5 Game John, Cappello 10-1 6 Ginny O'Brien. Lasky 10-1 ajk Aiieen Hill. Cape Babe Sunbury Rose Speedy Miss Agreeable Overlook last Afton Elaine Good early speed POCONO PETE 1 Florican's Lady, Symphony Ego, Ann Almahurst 2 Time for Scotch, Susie Q., Molly Jean 3 Theodore Diamond. Rocking Chair Boy, Vixen Diamond 4 Idlewhile's Ray, Jennie Diamond, Celtic Star 5 Octan Rainbow, Black Chips, Special Gal 6 Virk Greer. Double Agent, Miss Orchid Lady 7 Zip Zip, Foxey Armbro, Thorpe's Chimes 8 Avon Bill. Becky's Tagger, Solicitor Crain 9 -Cavalier Hanover. Afton Apache, Conestoga Fly Fly 10 Agreeable, Afton Elaine, Game John BEST BET: Theodore Diamond LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS 2.60 2.40 2.40 FIRST $800. Trot 4 K. Nib (Lange) 6.80 3.80 l Hetty tsarmin (Tallman) 4.80 5 Actor Lobell (Bier) Off 8:05. Time 2:08.1 SECOND $800. Pace 2 White Pine . (Culhane) . 3.80 3.20 2.60 5 Game Jim (Dunn) 6.60 4.00 1 Bombay Rose (Krause) .uu Off 8:27. Time 2:06.2 Dailv Double (4-2) Paid $16.40 Exact. (2-5) Paid $16.40 THIK11 $1,000.' Pace 1 Alex Hanover (Paquet) 18.00 7.60 -Farrinr Jug Chief fVincH 19.00 6.00 (Mclnnis) 3.20 Off 8:50. Time 2:05.1 FOI RTH $800. Pace 6 Diogenes (Hand) 5.20 3.40 2.40 4 Michael N. (Spino) 3.40 2.60 2 Patrick A. (Bier) 2.80 Off 9:15. Time 2:08.2 PENN NATIONAL RACING TONIGHT'S ENTRIES P.O. FIRST IUM, 4 up, CUimlnr, S2,-M. 1 Mile 2 Cool Council. No Boy 2-1 6 Christys Crystal, No Boy . 3-1 7 cosmic sung, Amgoiu -i 3 Kir Wonder. Nn Rnv 6-1 1 Methodical, Reynolds 8-1 8 Lord Charles, E. Baker 10-1 5 Eager Lady, Healy 12-1 4 Thirteen Cards. Mlchaud 12-1 Claim- 2- 1 3- 1 4-1 9-2 6-1 8-1 8-1 10-1 12-1 15-1 15-1 15-1 SECOND $2,000, S-Year-Olds, inr, tiMO, 5 Furlongs 11 Gay Gringo, Olivo 4 True Dream, Kunitake 1 Oat Dipper, Korte 7 Elegant Girl, No Boy 12 Shy Gun, Reynolds 8 Ada Mike, Aragon 5 Pass Time, No Boy 2 Duglax, Kunitake 10 Firery Lady, Bradford 6 Z Bull Lady, No Boy 9 Cheva Matron, Healy 3 Sanbon, Owens . THIRD $2,200, 2-Ter-OWs, Maiden, S Furlongs . 1 New Girl in Town, Chartrand 2-1 7 Little Hot Talk, Aragon 3-1 4 Go Son Go, Crispin 4-1 3 Carry Fool. D. Kirk 9-2 8A Jims Diamond, Owens 6-1 5 Sonny Busters, Olivo 8-1 2A Prince Will, Owens .6-1 6 Small Gun. Fitzeerald 12-1 A: E. Ludwig and James Claron Entry FOURTH $2,500, S up, Claiming, $S,5OO-5,0O0, 1 Mile 3 Pan for Oolrt. No Bov 2-1 6 Perpetuity, Olivo 3-1 7 Malihinis, Iliescu 4-1 4 Its Mv Bolinas. Tritsos 9-2 1 Sir Bricker. Gordon 6-1 5 Tursen. No Boy 8-1 2 Bass Drum, Owens 12-1 FIFTH $2,500, S & up, Claiming, $4,- mm, furlongs 5 Air Marshall. No Bov 2-1 6 Sweet Turbo Jet, No Boy 3-1 1 Tul Echo, Fitzgerald 7-2 3 Happy Price. Kirk 9-2 8A Apple Pie Dolater, No Boy 5-1 7 Rull 'A Man, Iliescu 6-1 iX Tim'n Trniihle. No BoV 5-1 2 Prislon, No Boy. 10-1 A: Anne Neibuttr and K.K. Manners Entry SIXTH $5,000. FftM, 4 A up. Claim in 5 nnn u snn. i Mll 4 Sly Scarlet, Iliescu 2-1 6 Big furpie. Kumtaice o-i 1 Cathy the Doge. Maae 4-1 7 Hail to Madam. Kratz 6-1 2 Three Letter. Gress 8-1 5 Oh Cheers, No Boy 10-1 3 Latin Sonr. Fromai iz-i SEVENTH $2,000, 4 ft up, Claiming, S2.500. 5'4 Furlonrs 5 Hubba Hubba. Reynolds 2-1 6 Blue Ak. No Boy 3-1 7 Dr. Jackson. Mahon 4-1 8 Accobuzz. Korte 9-2 1 Tipstock, No Boy 6-1 3 Kid Ray, Gordon 8-1 2 Light Price. No Boy 30-1 4 scua jsowie. KunitaKe uri EIGHTH $1,800, 4 & op, Claiming, $2,000, 6 Furlongs 2 Canadian Coin. No Bev 2-1 5 Round City, Michaud 5-2 9 Lou's Redhead. No Boy 7-2 12 Big Bond, Healy 9-2 4 Pea Cole, No Boy 6-1 I Watch Dusty, Montoya 8-1 8 Lady Orleans. Hess 10-1 II Boone's Slsco, Gordon 12-1 13AE Minos, Valerl 12-1 10 Steelfelite, Tllescu 12-1 6 Grozier, No Boy 15-1 3 Ginchees Chance. Amos 15-1 7 Martinair. Bradford . 15-1 AE Also Eligible NINTH $1,800. FAM. 4 & up, Claiming. $2,000. 6 Furlones 11 Call Me Duchess. No Boy 2-1 6 Bernfancy, Healy . 3-1 8 Sad Val, No Boy - 4-1 1 Lea Edie. No Boy 9-2 4 B Gina, No Boy 6-1 2 Bensara, Michaud 8-1 10 Anthology, uararmone 10-1 12 Top Creme. Olivo 12-1 9 Sunday Storm. Owens 15-1 5 Denigrator, Wei pert 15-1 3 Furibunda n, Kunitake 20-1 7 Heidi Valie, Fitzgerald ' 20-1 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS FIRST $1,800, 3-Tear-01dS, . Maiden, Claiming, 6 Fnrlongs Wise Potomac (Wedlake) 5.40 3.00 2.40 Tudorance (Gress) 2.60 2.20 Agallyant (Korte) 2.80 urr 7:36. rime 1:12.3 Big Triple (6-4-2) Paid $41.40 FIFTH 1. 000. Trot 4 Broke Heide (Beal) 21.60 5.80 3.40 6 Olden Times (Elerman) 4.20 3.uu R Alpvanrtria's TCin (Palmier!) 4.eu Off 9:37. Time 2:08.2 Qninella (4-6 or 6-4) Paid $43.50 SIXTH $800, Pace Rocky Worthy fGilhertl 2 Duke Reward (Lange) -Luca's Boy (Freck) Off 10:00. Time 2:07.1 5.40 3.40 2.80 3.00 2.80 4.60 Exacta (1-2) Paid $15.20 SEVENTH $800. Pace 3 Max Peterson (P.J. Tallman) 4.aj a.w vs.ou 8 Tara Kid fSDaracno) b.BU 4.W 2 Vernon Yankee (Mclnnis) ci.SU Off 10:25. Time 2:05.1 Big Triple (3-8-2) Paide $174.30 Pace EIGHTH $1,500, 5 Mike Express (Liscavace) 7 V.H. Dream (McIInis) 1 Little Luke (Warrington) Off 10:46. Time 2:07.0 NINTH $900, Pace 4 wipe out (P.J. Tallman) 1 Meadow Flame (Perez) 3 Mediator Mike (Bier) Off 11:12. Time 2:06.0 15.00 6.20 4.00 4.60 3.20 5.40 6.00 3.80 2.80 9.60 . 4.80 2.60 Big Triple (4-1-3) Paid $227.20 TENTH $800, Pace 1 Brookton (Marusco) 7 Summer Time (Backer) 5 Sleepy Tarry (Paquet) Off 11:36. Time 2:09.1 8.80 4.80 4.20 12.80 6.40 4.60 SBR League To Resume The Valley Senior Babe Ruth Baseball League will resume its schedule Thursday after time off for tournament competition. Three games are scheduled Thursday and two Friday. Thursday's Games Weatherly-White Haven at Drums (Coyne and Rowett) McAdoo at Freeland (Esposito and Setzer) Big Valley at Beaver-Banks (Ma-cuch and Falatko) Friday's Games Hazleton Weatherly-White Haven (field to be announced) (Taylor and Macuch) Dn'is at Freeland (Osuch and DeMara) The Standings W. L. Hazleton 4 1 Freeland 3 1 Big Valley 3 2 McAdoo 3 2 Weatherly-W. Haven 2 2 Beaver-Banks 1 4 Drums ." 0 3 LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS SECOND $1,800, 4 & up, Claiming, 5 Furlongs Crimson Sea (Valerl) 6.00 3.20 2.80 Ice Rullah (K. Baker) 2.80 2.60 Ellens Princess (Kunitake) 3.00 Off 8:02. Time :59.1 Quinella (1-5 or 6-1) Paid $15.60 Dally Double (6-5) Paid $34.40 THIRD $1,800, 4 & up, Maiden, Claiming, S Furlongs Jr's Anne (Olivo) 27.80 9.60 6.60 Rustic Dress (Hughlett) 8.00 4.00 Court Award (Healy) 2.60 Off 8:29. Time 1:00:3 Quinella (5-6 or 6-5) Paid $198.60 FOrRTH $2,200, 4 & up, Claiming, 1 Mil A 70 v,rf. ' .Gramat (Tritsos) 6.80 5.20 3.40 Okie Lady (Cappacetti) 10.00 5.20 Barton's Boy (Laucirica) 3 40 Off 8:55. Time 1:44.3 Quinella (1-4 or 4-1) Paid $67.20 FDFTH-2,800, 3 t up, Claiming, 6 Furlongs Flagship (Chartrand) 3.40 340 2 60 Court Bagdad (Mahon) 4.60 3.20 Heem Brave (Fromai) 3 40 Off 9:22. Time 1:11.3 Exacta (4-2) Paid $18.60 SIXTH-$3,100, S A up, Claiming, 6 Furlongs Keyara (Wright) 5.00 3.00 2.40 Docpus (Donnally) 6.00 3 80 Joes Battlecry (Rowland) 3 ro Off 9:48. Time 1:11.1 Quinella (6-7 or 7-6) Paid $29.40 Hazleton Playgrounds Boys' Basketball Open League Standings Won Hawks 2 Knicks 76'ers Lakers Celtics Bullets Quinella (1-7 or 7-1) Paid $129.00 Attendance 3.178 Handle $270,295 Emma Lou Klotz First In VCC Ladies Golf Emma Lou Klotz won yester day's point golf tournament at the Valley Country Club that was a feature of ladies day with a point total of 72. Polly Mulligan was second with 71 on matched cards, Linda Gicking third with 71, Elaine Giller fourth with 68 on matched cards, Audrey Laputka : 'if th with 68 and Millie D'Amore sixth with 67. In the swingers competition, Bot-ty Coffina was first and Eleanor Cambria second. Senior League Standings Northern Division Won Harman 5 James St 4 A.D. Thomas 4 Arthur St 2 MPB 1 Southern Division Pine St 4 West Court 3 Lahm Ave 2 East End 1 South Side 0 Lost 0 1 1 1 1 2 Lost 0 A's Get J. Alou HOUSTON (AP) The Houston Astros said Tuesday they have traded reserve outfielder Jesus Alou to 'the Oakland A's of the American League for a player to be named after the season. Alou, who had appeared in only 28 games for the National League Astros and who was batting .236, said he expected to be traded. SEVENTH $1,800, 4 & up, Claiming, 6 Furlongs Redemptorist (Laucirica) 4.60 2.80 3.20 Sneaky Peterson (Marinaccio) 3.6O 3 20 Robb's Whey (Valeri) 5.40 Off 10:17. Time-l:13.2 EIGHTH $1,800, 4 t up, Claiming, VA Furlongs Countpeanuts (Laucirica) 15.80 9.60 5.40 John Papa (Atkins) 19.00 17.00 Hope N Fire (Valeri) 23.60 Off 10:45. Time 1:06.2 Quinella (S-6 or 6-S) Paid $164.10 rate Daily Double (4-3) Paid $31.80 NINTH $1,800, 4 & up, Claiming, 1 Mile 70 Yards Sandy My Sandy (Gabriella) 3.80 3.20 2.40 Pache Leader (Iliescu) 4.40 3 40 Caps Flying (Hess) 2.80 Off 11:18. Time 1:45.3 Big Trinle (S-2-7) Paid $59.40 Pool $31,767. 453 Tickets Attendance 3.159 Handle $282,613 v: ' f, J X'fy i'iSiBI TO RETURN Mr. Fnji of Japan, an unpopular winner on the initial pro wrestling card here this year in July, will be back again Thursday, Aug. 9, at the St. Joseph gym, but this time he will be in the feature bout. Mr. Fnji will take on Indian Jay Strongbow of Oklahoma. There will be four other bouts on the cards under the promotion of Joe Barletta. Fnji defeated Arnold Skaaland in 17 minutes here July 19. Flyers Sign Amateurs PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Philadelphia Flyers have signed amateurs Tom Young, Dan O'Don-ahue and Mark Bousquet, general manager Keith Allen announced Tuesday. Young and O'Donahue, both de-fensemen, were seventh and ninth round selections in last May's amateur draft. Bousquet of American International College had been on the Flyers' negotiation list. Hazleton Standard-Speaker, Wednesday, August T, 1973 29 Today, Tonight Hazleton Little League, BR 13s Are in Playoffs Two Hazleton baseball teams are scheduled for tournament action this afternoon and tonight. The Hazleton American Little League All-Stars will meet York at 6 p.m. today at Camp Hill and the Babe Ruth nine will play an opponent to be determined at Phoenixville at 8 p.m. The Americans, who are 5-0 in tournament play, will be going against the same league that eliminated them last season. Hazleton whipped Beaver-Banks in the District 18 title game, 14-3, and then drew a bye. York won the District 14 title and then knocked off Big Valley, the District 13 champion, 3-0. Little League tournament play is on a one-loss-and-out basis. The Babe Ruth 13s are 1-1 in a double elimination state tournament and have to win tonight to stay in the tournament. Hazleton downed Blue Valley in its opening game, 8-0, but lost Monday night to Mifflin County, 11-8. Local fans traveling to Camp Hill are advised to take Interstate 81 south to Interstate 83 South and get off at the Camp Hill exit. There will be a chartered bus going with the Hazleton Little League team to Camp Hill. Tri-County Finger Loop Reorganization Aug. 21 The Tri-County Finger League, which will hold its reorganization meeting for the 1973-74 season at Ann's Place in Weston, Aug. 21 at 8:30 p.m., is seeking several new teams. Freeland and the north side area, particularly, are invited to send representatives to the reorganization meeting when new of ficers will be elected. Further information on affiliating with the league can be obtained by contacting league secretary Larry Donlin at 929-1588 between 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Members of the league last season were YMPA, champion the past three seasons, Key Club and Yanuzzi's, all of Hazleton; Cara's Bar, McAdoo; Babe's Tavern, Nuremberg, and Ann's Place, Weston. Classified Ads Bring Results Slo-Pitch Softball Yesterday's Scores Hazle Brick 5, Regency Drywall 5 (tie) Pancho's 12, R & R 1 Bott's Valley View 13, Sandusky-Lewis 4 Singley's Market 13, Rex's 12 Today's Games 5:45 Meyer vs. Jeddo at Jeddo. 7 Hazleton Owls vs. Toter's at Jeddo. 5:45 Pa. Brake vs. Charlie's at St. Stan's. 7 Kitty's vs. Peoples 1st Nat'l. at St. Stan's. 5:45 R&R vs. Zip at Pardees-ville. 7 Rex's vs. Pancho's at Par-deesville. 1 l!!feiwL Power Cushion 78 WTACORD Bias Ply Tires MINI & INTERMEDIATE CARS FOR MEDIUM SIZE CARS LARGER CARS HI! OO II i KEG. PRICE YOU UVE 5I" EACH PER MIR 7.00-13 $28.45 $6.90 .l7r I REG. 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